Technically Incorrect: Adult FriendFinder, a site where people seek casual, discreet relationships, suffers a breach, exposing the details of almost 4 million of its members.
Technically Incorrect: Craig Brittain, who allegedly ran a site where people post nude photos of former paramours, issues takedown notices under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ordering Google to remove pictures of him.
The man behind Apple Store's success unwraps a site for buying high-end gadgets that includes house calls. His goal: "Reinvent the way people buy and enjoy technology."
YouTube is the Web's de facto home for video. But 10 years ago, online video was anybody's game. As it celebrates a decade offering us everything from new celebrities to cat videos, YouTube has become a premier destination for content. Here's how it got there.
Changes in Google's search machinery could ding websites that aren't properly designed for smartphones.
Experts believe controversial, political crowdfunding campaigns show no signs of slowing down.
The company has sued four separate sites this week, but only named one person so far linked to any of these sites.
Legal and copyright experts have raised concerns that virtual private network providers could be caught in the crossfire if new laws pass requiring ISPs to block websites that "facilitate" piracy.
A debilitating onslaught of Internet traffic directed at Github appears to be focused on shutting down anticensorship tools.
Technically Incorrect: A photograph of seven women using a selfie stick to take pictures near the site of last week's East Village explosion causes quite a stir. And it's not the only smiling selfie from the scene.